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  • Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ mĭnĕō,¹⁶ ēre, intr. (simple de immineo), faire saillie, avancer : Lucr. 6, 563. mineo minere, -, - V TRANS :: project
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  • mineo, ēre, ragen, das Simplex zu emineo, immineo, promineo; bei Lucr. 6, 563 u. 1193 (1195) als falsche Lesart von Lachmann u. Bernays verworfen. * Look
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  • P. Fest. 124. mentum, ī, n. (zu Wurzel *men, hervorragen, vgl. e-mineo, pro-mineo), das Kinn, bei Menschen u. Tieren, Cic. u.a.: mentum caprarum, Plin
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  • qqch. comme de moindre valeur. (1) minor1, ātus sum, ārī (mit minae u. *mineo verwandt), I) hinragen, emporragen, in caelum (von Felsen), Verg.: saxa minantia
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  • rapprochant de pinnæ ] 3 [décad.] mines, c. cuniculi. minae, ārum, f. (mit *mineo verwandt), I) die hervorragenden Spitzen an den Mauern, die Zinnen, murorum
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  • 6, 23, 2 ; [d’où] -lātus, a, um Priap. 36, 11. mentula, ae, f. (zu e-mineo, mons), das männliche Glied, Catull. 20, 18 u. 21; 115, 1 8. Mart. 1, 58
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  • l’avenir, qui n’ont en vue que l’avenir. im-mineo, ēre (zu Ϝ*men-, emporragen; vgl. ē-mineo, prō-mineo), über etw. herragen, sich über etw. herneigen
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ admĭnĭcŭlum,¹² ī, n. (ad, mineo), étai, échalas : Cic. Nat. 2, 120 ; CM 53 || toute espèce d’appui : Liv
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  • prōmuntŭrĭum: (prōmon-), ĭi, n. pro-mineo. I The highest part of a chain of mountains, a mountain-ridge, Liv. 21, 35, 8.— II A part of a mountain projecting
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  • prō-mīnĕo: ŭi, 2, v. n., I to stand or jut out, be prominent, to overhang, project (not in Cic.; cf. Moser ad Cic. Rep. 3, 7, p. 352 ext.; syn.: exsto
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  • ē-mĭnĕo: ŭi, 2, v. n., I to stand out, project (freq. and class.). I Lit.    A In gen. (syn.: exstare, excedere): cum ex terra nihil emineret, quod contemplationi
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  • Mĕnaenus, a, um, I adj., of or from Menæ (Μέναι), a city of Sicily, now Mineo: Xenon Menaenus, Cic. Verr. 2, 3, 22, § 55.—In plur.: Mĕnaeni, ōrum, m.,
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  • trānsmĭnĕō, ēre, intr., dépasser, ressortir : *Pl. Mil. 30. trāns-mineo, ēre, hindurchragen, per os elephanti transmineret bracchium, Plaut. mil. 30
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  • autres, cf. Ann. 3, 56 ; 12, 33. {{Georges |georg=prae-ēmineo u. prae-[[mineo, ēre, hervorragen, hervorstehen, I) eig., Form praeem., Augustin, conf. 6
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  • sacratā amoenitate lucis (v. Gestirnen), Apul.: cervicula psittaci circulo mineo velut aureā torqui pari fulgoris circumactu cingitur et coronatur, Apul.:
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  • —Hence, adv.: subtĕrĭus, lower, farther down: subterius nigro, superius mineo, Isid. Orig. 16, 8, 4. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC
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  • Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ præmĭnĕō,¹⁴ v. praeemineo. prae-mineo, s. prae-ēmineo. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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